Media CoverageOct 4, 2019

​LNG Canada ramping up as project marks one year of construction

Progress so far on the $40-billion LNG Canada project has been “impressive” the Joint Venture said as it marked one year since the terminal got the green light to proceed.

Construction activities commenced the day after Shell, PETRONAS, PetroChina, Mitsubishi and KOGAS announced their final investment decision, the companies said.

Prime contractor JGC Fluor mobilized to the site in November 2018, and was officially handed the reigns in April 2019.

LNG Canada says that as of June 2019, the project had awarded over $1 billion in contracts and procurement opportunities to companies in British Columbia, including over $558M to local area and First Nations companies.




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